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  • Thank you for coming back to the show.

    謝謝妳再次來到節目當中

  • I have so much to talk to you about.

    我有超多想跟妳聊的

  • I'm freaking out about "The Meg".

    我超期待去看《巨齒鯊》的

  • I'm so into this, but first of all,

    我很喜歡那種電影,但首先

  • you have even crazier news that you just announced yesterday.

    妳昨天宣布了一件更瘋狂的消息

  • Yes I do.

    對,沒錯

  • I haven't even been able to speak about it yet.

    我還沒有機會公開討論這件事

  • So, I found out that I got cast as Batwoman.

    就是,我發現我要演出新的蝙蝠女

  • That's it!

    太棒了

  • Like -- -That's it, it's a game changer.

    這根本翻轉了妳的演藝生涯

  • It's a game changer and... -That is so cool.

    沒錯,這提升了我的生涯 -超酷的啊!

  • I found out an hour before I did the premiere for "Meg".

    我是在《巨齒鯊》首映會的前一小時發現的

  • And I was so nervous during the red carpet

    我在走紅毯的時候超緊張的

  • that I basically skipped everybody because I was worried

    我當時避開每個人,因為我很擔心

  • that -- like I kept spontaneously crying.

    擔心我會默默地就開始掉淚

  • And I feel like

    事實上我覺得

  • I'm probably gonna do it now, so I'm just gonna

    我現在很可能就要落淚了,所以我必須...

  • 'Cause I kept thinking, like, what if they say,

    我就一直想,萬一他們說了...

  • because everyone always says, "So what have you got planned next?"

    因為大家總愛問:「所以妳接下來的計畫是什麼?」

  • And I thought, Either I'm gonna put my foot in it and accidentally say something,

    我就想,我要不是不小心說溜嘴爆出內幕

  • or I'm gonna just start crying

    要不就是直接落淚

  • and they're gonna be like, "Ooh, she did --"

    然後他們就會說:「噢,她...」

  • She has issues, yeah. -"She doesn't look so good."

    這個人有問題。「她看起來不太好。」

  • -Ruby Rose has issues, yeah.

    Ruby Rose 怪怪的,哈哈

  • Um, but yeah, I'm, I'm so thrilled. It's, it's But do you understand it's,

    但我真的非常興奮,這真的...

  • But do you understand it's, it's -- I was talking to you backstage, and I go,

    但你知道,這就像是...我剛在後台跟妳聊天時

  • "It's over now. This is fantastic.

    我就想,妳贏了,這真的是太棒了

  • This is a different it's a whole different chapter.

    這完全是一個不一樣的...一個完全不同的旅程

  • But I mean, it's the rest of your life, you're gonna be,

    我的意思就是,妳接下來的人生就會是

  • you're, you're Batwoman. I get to be Batwoman.

    妳就是蝙蝠女了耶!對啊,我就是蝙蝠女了

  • I mean, like, what?

    根本就是,我的天啊 (驚訝)!

  • And, I-I feel like the reason I kept getting so emotional is,

    而且我覺得我會感觸這麼深是因為

  • you know, growing up watching TV I never saw somebody on TV that I could identify with,

    你知道從小到大看電視,我從來沒有對任何角色產生連結

  • let alone a superhero, you know.

    更不用說是一個超級英雄了,你懂嗎?

  • And, um, I said I wouldn't do that.

    然後...呃...我發誓我不會那樣做的

  • And, uh, I've always had this saying, well, not me,

    我一直有一句名言,好啦,其實不是我的名言

  • Oscar Wilde, but, you know--

    是 Oscar Wilde ,但你懂的

  • Same dif, same dif. Same thing.

    都一樣啦,一樣的東西

  • Same dif. Yeah.

    一樣的東西,對

  • Which is, you know, "Be yourself because everyone else is taken."

    這句名言就是「做自己就好,因為你不能成為別人」

  • And so I always lived by that motto.

    我就一直把這句話當作我人生的座右銘

  • And then the second motto when I came into the industry was,

    還有當我剛進入演藝圈的一句座右銘就是

  • "Be the person that you needed when you were younger."

    「做一個你年輕時所需要的人。」

  • And I feel like sort of one motto led me to the other.

    我認為就是這個座右銘帶著我到另一個階段的

  • And I just, like, kept crying about it.

    然後我只要一想到就會哭

  • Well, I almost got emotional backstage because I was talking to you and I said, "Isn't it so fun,

    其實我剛在後台時就很感動,我跟妳聊天時就有說

  • "Isn't it so fun, kids are gonna be dressing up like you for Halloween."

    :「不覺得這樣很棒嗎?以後萬聖節,大家都會想要扮成妳。」

  • And it's different than an orange jumpsuit.

    而且這跟妳在《勁爆女子監獄》裡穿的監獄服全然不同

  • Yeah, they won't have to dress like they're in prison jumpsuits anymore.

    對啊,他們不用再穿監獄裡的那種制服了

  • That's good and then you said this thing to me,

    很棒,然後妳又跟我說了一件事

  • stuck in my head because you said that you, you, you've been going to hospitals and visiting children

    我一直在想這件事,因為妳跟我說妳都會去醫院看小孩子

  • just to visit kids in hospitals and now, you can visit them dressed as Batwoman.

    就是去探望醫院裡的孩子,但現在妳可以扮成蝙蝠女去看他們

  • As Batwoman.

    以蝙蝠女的身分

  • And they're gonna, they're gonna think that Batwoman came and saw them

    然後孩子們就會認為是蝙蝠女來探望他們了

  • That's just too...

    那真是太...

  • I just love that that went through your brain.

    我光想到妳會有這種想法就覺得很酷

  • I just think that's so cool.

    我真的覺得那超酷的

  • That's like that third thing that I thought about. I was just like, "Wow.

    那是我第三件想到的事啦,我就一直覺得,哇 (驚訝)!

  • Not only can kids watch this growing up and relate to it

    孩子們不但可以跟這個角色產生連結

  • and feel empowered and think that they can be a superhero.

    還可以從中被激勵,讓他們也能成為一個超級英雄

  • But also, I can go and, and do these things,

    但同時,我也可以做其他的事情

  • like visiting hospitals and kids and people in need

    像是去醫院探望孩子們及需要幫助的人

  • and it's a really -- it's an amazing opportunity.

    這真的是一個很棒的機會

  • Obviously, I'm very emotional. I love that you're doing that.

    很明顯的我真的非常感動。我很高興妳這麼做

  • And I love that you're you.

    我也很喜歡這樣的妳

  • And I love that you're having fun an enjoying this.

    而看到妳玩得開心並享受在其中,也讓我感到很快樂

  • Because some people, sometimes they go, like,"Yeah, I'm doing this thing."

    因為有些人,有時候他們就覺得:「噢對啊,我要演這個角色。」

  • And I'm like, "No you have to enjoy this. It's happening now."

    我就會說:「不,你應該要更開心啊,因為它成真了。」

  • Enjoy it, have fun. - Absolutely.

    要享受啊,好好地玩 - 對,沒錯

  • Uh, I saw you, last time I saw you was at the Met Gala,

    我上次看到妳的時候是在 Met Gala

  • which was this beautiful night, where everyone just looks,

    當天是一個很美的夜晚,每個人看起來都很美

  • I don't even know how I got invited to it, but anyways.

    我根本不知道為什麼我會被邀請,但總之...

  • It's a weir-- It's a weird thing though.

    這很怪...這其實是一件很怪的事

  • It's great but it's kind of weird, no?

    雖然很棒,但其實蠻怪的,不會嗎?

  • No, I think it's normal for me.

    不會啊,對我來說超正常的 (反義)

  • I always drink in museums. - Wait, did I see you there?

    我每次去博物館都會喝酒 - 等等,我有在現場碰到你嗎?

  • Yeah, I saw you quickly. But I waved and you ignored me.

    有,我有看到妳一下,還跟妳揮手,但妳沒理我

  • But it's fine. it's no big deal.

    但沒關係啦,小事

  • I get so nervous and overwhelmed, I just, like, blackout.

    我是超緊張,壓力超大,我整個腦海一片空白

  • And then, all I remember was, was meeting Kate Moss and Rita Ora, who I hadn't met before.

    然後我只記得我遇到了 Kate Moss 跟 Rita Ora,我跟她還沒見過面

  • But then hearing the first bars of Madonna performing and just was like, bye --

    然後當我聽到 Madonna 開唱的第一小節,我就馬上說掰掰

  • Didn't even say goodbye, just walked straight off.

    都還沒好好說完掰掰我就直接走掉了

  • And so they must've been like, "She's a very strange person."

    他們當時一定在想:「這個人怎麼這麼怪啊?」

  • No, but how great was Madonna? It's all I cared about.

    但 Madonna 表現如何? 我只在乎這個

  • It was the best.

    她的表演最棒了

  • I mean of course I cared about being at Met Ball, and I would love to go next year and all that stuff, but, like...

    我當然很喜歡參加 Met Ball,也希望明年也可以去之類的

  • But look, this is, this is your dress.

    來看一下,這是妳當天的禮服

  • I mean, you just look stunning. - That's me just practicing to be Batwoman

    妳看起真是太亮眼了。- 那是我在練習蝙蝠女的招牌動作

  • Look at that.

    你們看看

  • Yeah, exactly.

    對,沒錯

  • You know, first, first Batwoman right there, before you even knew, yeah.

    妳的第一個蝙蝠女招牌動作,妳當時都還不知道這個消息呢

  • Well, actually, my first attempt at Batwoman was when I was a kid.

    其實我第一次學蝙蝠女是在我還是小孩的時候

  • I, I was telling my mom and she has a Bat tattoo.

    我跟我媽說的時候,我媽她有一個蝙蝠的刺青

  • She has like a little Batman tattoo, my mom, when she was in her 20s because she had pet bats growing up.

    我媽 20 歲時有刺了一個蝙蝠俠的小刺青,因為她小時候有養蝙蝠

  • Very normal.

    很正常啦

  • What?! Yeah, she had, she nursed these little pet bats back to life,

    什麼! 對,她會照顧這些蝙蝠,讓牠們能存活

  • but then they couldn't go anywhere because they were domesticated so they just lived in the house

    但牠們哪也去不了,因為牠們習慣被養著,所以牠們就住在家裡

  • and [Bleep] everywhere. And...

    然後到處大便 (遭消音)

  • This is the best interview I've ever had in my entire l--

    這是我人生中最棒的訪談了

  • I'm so intrigued.

    整個好奇心都起來了

  • You said this last time because of the giant teacup pig.

    你上次聽到我說那個巨大的迷你豬也這麼說

  • That's right! Dude, your mom's very interesting.

    沒錯,妳媽真的太有趣了

  • I want to have your mom on the show.

    我想邀請妳媽來上節目

  • And that pig is, is still alive.

    而且那頭豬還活著呢

  • And she was telling me this story about, because we grew up with, you know, not a lot of money

    我媽跟我說了一個故事,因為小時候我們家並不是很有錢

  • and so I would make my toys.

    所以我都會自己做玩具

  • And I made batwings out of, like recycled cardboard boxes.

    我就用回收的厚紙板做了蝙蝠的翅膀

  • And I would sleep in them and I would run around in them.

    我睡覺時不會拿下來,我會穿著翅膀跑來跑去

  • And I would jump off, high, high things.

    然後我會從很高的地方跳下來

  • And she would have to catch me.

    然後我媽就必須接到我

  • And she just said that we would have to keep, gaffer taping them

    她說我們必須一直拿大力膠帶黏那對翅膀

  • because they were like soggy and wet an smelly and gross.

    因為他們會被浸溼然後軟掉還會臭掉

  • And I just lived in them. -And now you are Batwoman.

    我就是一直穿著我的翅膀 -然後現在妳就是蝙蝠女了

  • And now I'll get ones that aren't made of cardboard.

    現在我終於可以得到比厚紙板還要好的翅膀了

  • Yeah. Dude, oh, my God! Is that a good story or not?

    對耶,我的天啊,這故事超勵志的

  • It's a good story. -That's a great story.

    這故事很棒 - 超棒的一個故事

  • You have to put, you have to put a little shout out to the cardboard wings in the show somewhere.

    妳一定要在妳的節目裡好好紀念妳的厚紙板翅膀

  • Oh, I do. I do! We so have to do that.

    噢,我會的,我們一定會這麼做

  • Right? Just have it somewhere in the corner just so you know,

    是不是!妳就把他放在角落

  • like, yeah I started from the bottom, now we're here. Yeah.

    就像那句話「英雄不怕出身低」

  • Oh!

    噢!

Thank you for coming back to the show.

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